“Every QA professionals deals with the why,when,where ,what & how for dealing with any new testing concepts.”
In this,we will be going to learn why the test scenarios are created and required.We will be going to learn about the where and when test scenarios are created or not created.In this,we will learn how to create the test scenarios.In this,we will be going to see the important tips and techniques for creating the test scenarios.
Why Test Scenarios are required?
- It ensures about the maximum and total test coverage.
- It can be get approved and rectified by the various persons like business analyst ,testers,developers and the customers.
- It also ensures that the softwares/applications are well suited for the every use cases.
- It also determines the seriousness of the testing activities.
- It allows for accepting the proposals for the clients.
- It is required for understanding the one end to the another end transaction.
- It is required for understanding the software applications on the real time .
- It is required for understanding the starting level functionality to the end level functionality of the applications.
When not Test Scenarios are Required?
- The applications are undergoing the testing are complicated.
- The applications are undergoing the testing are unstable.
- The applications are following the time crunch.
- The real time projects are implementing the agile methodology like scrum and kanban are not able to produce the test scenarios.In the other words,the test scenarios are not written .
- The test scenarios are not written for the regression testing.
- The test scenarios are not written for the new bug fixed.
- Due to the heavily documented in the previous test cycles.Therefore the test scenarios are not created and written.
- For the maintenance work of the applications/projects,the test scenarios are not written and created.
HOW THE TEST SCENARIOS ARE CREATED?
- The requirement documents must be read properly.
- The requirement documents like business requirement specification(BRS),System requirement specification(SRS) and Functional requirement specification(FRS).
- The requirement documents under the system under test(SUT).
- The reference are allowed from the text books,manual of the applications/projects and the use cases.
- For the each requirement steps,list out the user objectives,reactions and actions for the projects/applications.